Every month or two a student or recent graduate asks me for advice about how to get a job as a real estate professional. My advice is almost always the same: find someone who is doing what you want to be doing in 5–10 years and try to get a job working for that person, even if the pay is not as much as you would like.
This edition of Arixa's newsletter includes:
- The growth of our investment programs and the launch of our second fund
- Our annual panel discussion at UCLA in conjunction with the Ziman Center and the Anderson School
- An update on Arixa's first assignment as a court-appointed receiver; and
- Information on a new white paper by Jan Brzeski
Arixa's latest activities include:
- The growth of our investment programs,
- Upcoming events and Arixa's first assignment as a receiver for a shopping center in Phoenix; and
- Information on our 2012 Real Estate Round Table Discussion
This podcast outlines selective positives and negatives of investing in trust deeds. The main focus is to highlight the limitations of trust deed investing so that investors go into this type of investing with realistic expectations‚ and steer clear if this type of investment does not match their objectives. Please watch our blog as we will be posting one new podcast roughly every week. There will be about 30 podcasts total in the series, and this is the sixth. If you are interested in learning more about what we do, give us a call at 310-905-3050.
We take education seriously at Arixa Capital we pride ourselves not only on being capable real estate investors, but also on being able to explain what we do and how we do it effectively to a wide variety of audiences. We do not advertise but we do look for opportunities to share our knowledge and expertise to groups of individuals who have a reason to be interested in real estate investment. If you have a speaking opportunity that would be suitable for us, we would like to hear from you.